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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby whiskeypete » Fri Apr 29, 2016 7:19 am

Where I read the article I don't recall, but it was a month or at least a few weeks ago, but some company is working on software that will make porn based on anyone you want. All you need is five good pictures of the person and it will generate video of that person doing anything you want with you or who ever else you have pictures of. The video quality is supposed to be almost completely realistic. In a few years it might even be impossible to tell the difference between it and video of the real thing. Considering all the pics that people post of themselves on the internet, porn of anyone will be possible!
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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby shadylady » Sat Jun 18, 2016 8:05 am

Pornhub Releases Videos for the Visually Impaired
There's something about an oral description of a porn scene that just doesn't seem all that appealing, but I guess it that's your only option, it might be better than nothing.
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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby shadylady » Wed Jul 13, 2016 6:34 am

War On Porn: Republicans Attack “Dangerous” Menace
The future of porn is in jeopardy!? Probably not. I don't think people are likely to by this anti-porn agenda. And besides that, why are Republicans so upset about Muslims, if they're just the Christian version of the same kind of thing?
But seriously. Why are we fighting so hard against Sharia Law just so that these fundamental Christians can slowly but surely implement their own version of it?

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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby shadylady » Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:58 am

Elizabeth Smart: Pornography made my living hell worse
Typical media bullshit. Just because she was kidnapped and raped for a period of several years does not make her an expert on anything. She has no basis for making the claim that porn made her ordeal any worse. That's just an irrational statement. We all agree that her ordeal was horrible and that the people who victimized her are terrible people, BUT being a victim does not automatically confer upon her any kind of expert status whatsoever. The only thing she can speak about with any degree of certainty are her actual experiences. Even then I'd take anything she says with a grain of salt since she might feel the need to embellish or gloss over certain things for any number of possible reasons. In any case, the thumbs down responses to this video outnumber the thumbs up responses and some of the comments are quite blunt:
You can take my porn OVER MY DEAD BODY!

Alcohol, tobacco, and even fast food are bigger public health crises than porn.

Religion is a public health crisis.

I don't see how porn had anything to do with her ordeal. For starters, did she not think that maybe the rapist was just that, a rapist? Did she think porn was a motivator because she's a Mormon or something? And two, looking at extreme porn is probably a symptom, not a cause. That is, those types of people already had those urges, and porn was a way to supress them. In supressing these urges, people are less likely to act on them, meaning it would lower the rate of sexual assault if anything.

–Be 14 years old Blond girl.
–Gets kidnapped
–Kidnappers rape her for 9months...
–In the process they watch porn and makes her watch porn
–Kidnappers eventually gets caught.
–Gets a multi-million dollar book, movie, interview deal
–Money comes pouring in...
–Eventually Income dries out
–Blames the porn for her misfortune.
–Another media sensation and million dollar deal
–Rinse and repeat.

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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby sandman » Mon Aug 22, 2016 7:44 am

shadylady: The whole victim as expert thing really is stupid when you think about it. I've seen presentations where ex-drug addicts are treated as if they are experts on addiction despite the fact that they've had a number of relapses. Obviously they aren't experts otherwise they wouldn't keep repeating the same mistakes! Our society glorifies victims too much. This whole Church of Victimology thing is getting really old!
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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby surfsteve » Sat Sep 03, 2016 8:44 am

Jared, the child molester from the Subway commercials who is now in jail, is suing the parents of one of his child porn victims claiming it was their fault because they are the ones who screwed her up. This isn't the first lawsuit he's filed from prison either. Apparently he's become quite a jail house lawyer.
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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby shadylady » Sat Sep 03, 2016 11:58 am

7 Weirdest PORNS
Porn parodies can be fun and as Rule 34 stipulates "If it exists, there is porn of it – no exceptions!"
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Re: The Future of Porn

Postby shadylady » Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:43 pm

Playboy Returns to Nude Photos
Nudes back in the future in Playboy. Taking them out seems to have been a bad idea.
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Re: Playboy Magazine

Postby recluse » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:24 am

shadylady: I think porn has a long future ahead of it, but I don't think it involves magazines. Printed media is still good for some things, but one of those things is not porn!
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Re: Playboy Magazine

Postby dilbert » Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:41 am

recluse: Yes, I agree. Printed media is good for something, although not much. In the absence of a fly swatter, magazines can be a reasonable substitute.
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